"This is a way we can help generate funds to obtain all the things we need to take care of the kids", says Dr. Shannon Cooke, Co-Founder of the Legend's Dove Hunt.
Hundreds of shooters of all ages and levels of experience visited the shooting range with a rifle in their hands, and the mission to help children, on their minds.
"Logan is one of the "Miracle" children. And he and his family mean a lot to me", says Mary Katherine Vinson, volunteer.
Children like Logan, who lives with a spinal disease, rely on local medical services.
"You get to meet kids with the same disability that you have, and you get to meet new kids. It's just more fun and active than a regular gym", Logan Rosenquist tells us.
Through the Children's Miracle Network, Logan and his family have been able to seek the treatment and support they needed.
"His surgery was successful, and now it's just every week therapy. We come here and get all of our therapy done. It's just easier because he can continue to be in school", says Shana Rosenquist, Logan's mom.
Logan was pleased when he found out would get to participate in the shooting festivities with the very people who helped him.
Bringing in an average of $200,000, this year's Legend's Dove Hunt and shooting event, ended with a bang.
Logan also told us that when he gets older he would like to volunteer his time to the Children's Miracle Network, and says that several of the medical staff he's seen is now like family to him.
Abilene Clay Sports hosted the event, they plan to wrap up the festivities Saturday night with a live and silent auction , as well a benefit dinner.